Beck’s “Morning Phase” Wins Grammy Award for Best Rock Album

One of the five nominees for Album of the Year is officially the year’s Best Rock Album.

Beck’s “Morning Phase,” which is in the running for the most important album-oriented trophy, was crowned the Grammy winner for Rock Album of the Year.

The critically acclaimed Beck release beat out Ryan Adams’ self-titled album, The Black Keys’ “Turn Blue,” Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ “Hypnotic Eye” and U2’s “Songs of Innocence.”

Earlier in the day, “Morning Phase” won for Best Engineered, Non-Classical Album

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